Now more than ever, crowded common areas is something that must be prevented. But how? Now that’s a pretty good question, but don’t you worry, we’ve got the answer. At Saltex Group we comprehend the magnitude of this unprecedented global pandemic and the risks it represents for residential buildings and the challenges it brings upon property managers.
Being inside the same four walls for so long is tiring, believe us, we know. Science has taught us over and over that who doesn’t learn to adapt, will eventually perish. This is why at Saltex Group we are always working to update our products and services, so they’re adequately suitable to attend your needs.
Bearing this in mind, we understand that there’s no way that staying indoors is the optimal way to cope with the pandemic. We are aware that common areas are safely capable of being the perfect get-away. However, certain health measures must be held in order to prevent further spreading the virus. Avoiding and preventing crowds from gathering is one of them.
Preventing crowded common areas IS possible!
The question remains though: how to achieve this? It might seem pretty difficult, giving that all of us want to get out there and enjoy fresh air like in the good old days. Nonetheless, this completely achievable if you have control over the common areas.
Control? Yes! In case you were unaware, CCTV actually stands for Closed Circuit Television system. With Saltex Group, you’ll have the best CCTV system in the market. This means that you are going to be able to look at good quality images during the day and during the night as well. If you want to know more about the benefits of a CCTV, click here.
Additionally, you’ll be able to keep a close eye, in real time and wherever you are, on the common areas, this way, you can act before a big crowd assembles. This is extremely convenient too, for you can access the footage remotely and re-watch it whenever you chose to.
This will not only help you prevent crowded common areas, but will also allow you to recognize who is using the area, how the place was before they used it and how it was left after they used it.
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